Administration Division


Administration Division

The Administration Division handles the service of civil processes, including evictions, protection orders, and civil standby. Additionally, the Division manages sex offender information, including the registry and offender map, as well as concealed carry permit information and Colorado gun laws.

The Civil Process 

The Civil Unit is responsible for the service of civil processes. These processes include, but are not limited to: Writ of Restitutions/Evictions. The Civil Unit receives approximately 300 civil process papers/orders per month.

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Concealed Carry Permit Information

A conceal carry permit, also known as a concealed carry permit or license, is a legal authorization issued by a government authority that allows individuals to carry a concealed firearm in public places. Once obtained, a conceal carry permit enables the holder to legally carry a concealed firearm for self-defense or other lawful purposes, subject to the specific regulations and restrictions of the issuing jurisdiction.

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Sex Offender Information

This crucial tool is used by law enforcement agencies to monitor and track individuals convicted of sex-related crimes. It serves as a centralized database containing detailed information about registered sex offenders, including their personal details, conviction history, and current whereabouts.

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